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Colleges Plan to Upgrade Academic Standards

December 08, 1985|From Times Wire Services

SAN FRANCISCO — Trustees of the California's community college system have endorsed tougher academic standards intended to qualify more students for enrollment in four-year universities.

The system's governors adopted a resolution affirming that the "primary mission" of the state's 106 community colleges is to offer college-level courses, rather than remedial and vocational programs.

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